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PA 14(N-S)/PA 414(W-E) Duplex

PA 14 and PA 414 joins for a mile from Canton to Cedar Ledge in Bradford County.


David Slauenwhite 6/1/02

The Canton duplex is one of the few where a 2-digit state route (PA 14) and a matching 3-digit state route (PA 414) follow the same roadway. PA 14/PA 414 heads north here toward downtown Canton.

 


David Slauenwhite 6/1/02

The two routes split in the middle of Canton. PA 14 continues to the north and joins US 6 in Troy for Bradford County's other multiplex. Further to the north, PA 14 becomes NY 14 and merges with NY 414 for another duplex.

 


David Slauenwhite 6/1/02

From PA 14 southbound, the northern split appears as in this photo. The duplex beings straight ahead without curbs in the southern part of Canton.

 


David Slauenwhite 6/1/02

Here is a third view of the northern split. This shot was taken along PA 414 westbound approaching PA 14 at the traffic signal ahead.

 


David Slauenwhite 6/1/02

A mile to the south, PA 414 meets PA 14 here in the tiny village of Cedar Ledge.

 


David Slauenwhite 6/1/02

Here is the approach from PA 14 northbound at the same location. Ogdensburg is halfway from here to the US 15 expressway to the west. PA 414 and US 15 once shared a road in Liberty, but the duplex was ceased when US 15 was relocated.

 

Turning west onto PA 414, the road crosses a tributary to Towanda Creek.

 

 

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